>Chinese Labor in Louisiana

>November 1873 The New York Times 
Milladaun Plantation – Click the link above for full PDF file

See also LOUISIana Digital Library Milladun Plantation sketch
1871

Strike of Chinese Labor in Louisiana April 22, 1871
Mr. John Davidson’s Poydras Plantation


See also The Louisiana Graveyard Rabbit

Christ Episcopal Church Cemetery Assumption Parish

http://amica.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/AMICO%7E1%7E1%7E95370%7E39284:Poydras-plantation-crevasse?qvq=q:AMICOID%3DLSM_.08482.126%2B;sort:INITIALSORT_CRN%2COCS%2CAMICOID;lc:AMICO%7E1%7E1&mi=0&trs=1&embedded=true&sort=INITIALSORT_CRN%2COCS%2CAMICOID&cic=AMICO%7E1%7E1&widgetFormat=javascript&widgetType=detail&controls=1&nsip=1
Poydras Plantation 1900 The AMICA Library
St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana

See another image at LOUISiana Digital Library
-1908

The Growth of the United States through Emigration – THE CHINESE
1865 The New York Times September 3


Chinese New Year Celebrations

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